"Fotini Markopoulou-Kalamara, a theoretical physicist at the Perimeter Institute, said, "I have the distressing experience of physicists telling me that time is not real. [...] It confuses me, because time seems to be real. Things happen. When I clap my hands, it happened. [...] I would prefer to say that general relativity is not the final theory than to say that time does not exist." http://www.space.com/29859-the-illusion-of-time.html
Yes, living with Einstein's relative time (spacetime), the idiotic consequence of Einstein's constant-speed-of-light nonsense, is unbearable (only Kip Thorne feels comfortable). Eventually Fotini started a less idiotic life:
"This Physics Pioneer Walked Away from It All. Why Fotini Markopoulou traded quantum gravity for industrial design." http://nautil.us/issue/38/noise/this-physics-pioneer-walked-away-from-it-all
Most Einsteinians share Fotini's sentiments and abandon Einstein's idiocies as soon as they can find another profitable business:
John Baez: "Should I be thinking about quantum gravity? One of the big problems in physics - perhaps the biggest! - is figuring out how our two current best theories fit together. On the one hand we have the Standard Model, which tries to explain all the forces except gravity, and takes quantum mechanics into account. On the other hand we have General Relativity, which tries to explain gravity, and does not take quantum mechanics into account. Both theories seem to be more or less on the right track - but until we somehow fit them together, or completely discard one or both, our picture of the world will be deeply schizophrenic. [...] So, I eventually decided to quit working on quantum gravity." https://www.edge.org/response-detail/11356Loading Image...
Sabine Hossenfelder: "Horrible person that I am, I don't even work in the foundations of physics any more." http://backreaction.blogspot.com/2018/10/dear-dr-b-what-do-you-actually-live-from.html